America's return to world hegemony
At the end of the Cold War, the USA stood without opposition to its position on the world stage, making it an indisputable hegemony. However, in the early 2000s, China began growing in strength, and Vladimir Putin's rise to power in Russia slowly shifted the world from a single-pole to a tripolar world. However, the war in Ukraine and Covid 19 are changing the balance of power in the world. The developments in the past couple of years give the USA a shot at regaining its status as a world power in the coming years and shaping a world order for the coming century.
Despite heavy sanctions from the West, the Russian forces are still advancing in Ukrain after 165 days of the war. And over $1 billion a day are poring into the Russian economy, fueling the war mashing.
150 days of war in Ukraine persist as Europe continues to fuel the conflict.
One hundred fifty days of war, and there is no sign of a slow down. On the contrary, the Russian forces advance slowly from the East towards Charkov and the South towards Odesa.
Another Perspective – Did Washington promises Gorbachev that NATO wouldn’t expand eastward? Why does Putin care if NATO expands?
On the 27th of February, 2022, Russian forces invaded Ukraine, claiming to protect people subjected to bullying and genocide, and aiming for the "demilitarization and de-Nazification" of Ukraine. In reality, Putin wishes to install a pro-Russian government in Ukraine and eliminate the possibility that Ukraine joins NATO.
Scenario for a Russian invasion into Ukraine
War in Ukraine is the last resort to achieving the Kremlines' objectives, but a military confrontation is still on the table. This report will analyze Russia’s goals and the different scenarios moving forward.
American Weapons - where are they ending up, and why?
American military power is reflected in its technological superiority with advances in cyber, space, guided and ballistic missiles, and especially American fighter jets. The global arms market is also of diplomatic importance, with the United States as a leading supplier of advanced weapons gaining a significant advantage.
When will green energy become the majority of energy produced world wide?
Green energy is a grand promise for the future of humanity. Green energy will slow global warming and reduce the high costs of importing energy in the form of fossil fuels. However, the predicted change is farther into the future than it seems.